Boeing Black: Android Smartphone with High Security and Self-Destruction

The aerospace Boeing Company has finally revealed its high-secured Android Black device, after first teasing about its release in 2012. The previous aim of the company was to release an average smartphone with low-end but with some strong security options. Overall, the phone`s styling seems to be ok and it is more likely to be sold to agency companies, military or business corporations than to average consumers. The price for the phone hasn’t been yet announced, but it is more than sure that the handset will be launched soon enough.

In terms of specifications, the phone doesn’t strike like a worthy opponent for Samsung or HTC, since it sports a common 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A9 CPU dual-core, with a resolution display of just 540×960 for its 4.3-inch screen. The device also enhances support for three LTE networks, dual-SIM package or some strong antennas for WCDMA and GSM.

Boeing Black Android Smartphone with High Security and Self-Destruction

Boeing Black Android Smartphone with High Security and Self-Destruction

If the specs aren’t that impressive, the phone comes equipped with “ultra-high security levels”, to state or source, designated to serve the government agencies or the military. The Boeing`s engineers have developed a PureSecure program that can lock all Android apps and data, similar to platforms like Knox. Most amazingly though, the phone`s hardware also comes with a self-destruction program in case of any security breach.

Don’t imagine your phone will simply vanish into thin air. When talking about self-destruction, we meant that the program will erase all data and software in case somebody is trying to access them in any way, or even attempting to brake its case.

Yet, another cool feature that the Boeing Black comes with, is the “24-pin connector” that lets you plug in an extra battery, a radio via satellite or extra sensors, being specially designed for military purpose.

It was just a matter of time until someone thought of creating a phone that would serve as an all-in-one device for talking or using it for certain military services or corporations, without being afraid of any security breach.